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Saturday, July 25, 2020

AFTER DEFI IN 2020, THIS PREDICTS NEW TRENDS TO COME NEXT YEAR!




Year 2020 is indeed the year of DeFi, there are very many projects in the Decentralized Financial category that get huge gains. One of the reasons is because it is quite close to daily life, financially, so that it is considered to have a real and sustainable use case. We have predicted the popularity of DeFi itself since August 2019 but there is still little pay attention.




But nothing is eternal nor is the trend in the crypto world. If we pull back there is always something new every year that becomes the center of everyone's attention. In 2018 it has a fast infrastructure or blockchain project project, high transaction per second, low cost and so on. Starting from world class projects to regional levels.

In 2019 new things appear, namely leading centralized exchange tokens such as BNB (Binance), OKB (OKEx), HT (Huobi Token) until new exchanges appear with their respective token exchanges. This year the DeFi trend is spreading, led by Maker, Compound, and Lend. A similar cycle for several years. Our ability as traders to adapt is needed so we can continue to join the party every year.

Trend in 2021

Then, what is the trend in 2021? Of course nothing is certain and there are many possibilities. But there are already some new trend candidates who are very potential and smell from now on. DeFi itself has been smelled since Q3 2019 to become a trend in 2020. In our opinion the next trend in 2021 is





Polkadot Ecosystem. Polkadot is a protocol that is specific to web 3.0. The founder of Polkadot himself is one of the co-founders of Ethereum namely Dr. Gavin Wood, who really understands how an eksositem on blockchain runs.

Web 3.0 foundation focuses on decentralized user friendly projects and provides funding to many projects that will be built on the Polkadot network. So that when the Polkadot network is live, there will immediately be many supporting ecosystems in it, not just ordinary infrastructure projects.

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